On another point...
I keep coming back to this >http://www.microglyphs.com/english/html/dataglyphs.shtml
As an artist myself, I was fascinated not so much at the intricacies of the curved panel data that Issac and team transcribed, but in the understanding they derived of it's function.
Microglyph starts up in 1987 as an offshoot company developing the Xparc concepts. Although it works with an electrical field of our technology, whose to say that the drones complex glyph language operates on fields of electrical energy, as yet not understood.
There is a subtle electrical connection between all of us. Particularly noticeable between mothers and offspring. science is quickly arriving at the threshold of measuring these finer energies. I believe these energies transcend time and space as we know it. Without sounding too esoteric, I mean these connections seemingly happen almost instantaneously.
The data glyph development blossomed in 2006, 2007, with the particular advantage of being applicable to curved surfaces.
Co-incidental timing on Issacs study, new company offshoots and full public integration around the tome of the multiple drone sightings still intrigues me.
The notion of useful integration of possible drone technology by leading
companies makes a lot of sense. I for one think humans at their best are truly brilliant. Colonel Corso brought the concept of feeding this extremely advanced technology into the hands of leading companies with excellent leading people working in them as the best way to benefit the controlling country in possession of said tech.
Clearly vastly advanced materials will not be unravelled over night or for perhaps many decades.
The 'thinking' behind them may be far more applicable as we intuit from what we already know. This allows for exceptional creativity and new products, that safely and helpfully work they're way into our everyday life.
These are the subsidiary elements of the story that still resonate with me as 'real'.
Tech development is nothing new. My father would often comment as I pointed out some amazing new computer or simulation development. " oh we were working with that technology in the mid 1960's. He came out of the Canadian military into ATC and worked on some of the early flight simulators here in Canada. A lot of that tech was operational 20 years before we saw the early primitive versions on our 386 pc's in the early 1990's.
I saw one of the first small satellite dishes in the mid 1980's developed by technicians in Ottawa working for the National research Council ( NRC) he politely cautioned me bumping it as it was one of the working successful $$$ prototypes. He told me I'd see consumer versions available in ten years. They had licenced the technology to RCA and lo and behold ' at exactly ten years following the Ads appeared on TV and gone were the giant cumbersome dishes.
My point is demonstrating how technology unfolds from core financed groups out into public domains. There is no definitive ET tech involved in these two stories. (to my knowledge), but it fortifies my belief in the 'processes' discussed by Issac.
As an aside, during the UFO flap in the early 1970's up through the Ottawa Valley, good 'ol dad secured burned rock samples from a site in a farmers field via my grandfather who knew the farmer. The site was sanitized by RCMP and some military representatives the next day.
Dad had access to scientists at NRC in Ottawa who were more than happy to analyze them ( off the record) The rock samples from the burned ring area experienced temperatures in the range of 2400 - 3000 degrees if memory serves me correctly. Part of his quiet quest to learn more after chasing one in 1955.
Inspiration for myself to continue in this quest.
I have no idea with some of the most fascinatinating info to hit the field, why certain individuals mentioned by L E V I A T H A N try so hard to ridicule it all away.
I for one wish to truly remain open minded, (& skeptical)